Monday, March 10, 2008

Anderson's Tractor


Anderson just loves spending time with his Pepe, especially working in the workroom.

This weekend Anderson learned how to use the drill-press...he is 3 years old!!!!

Amazing Anderson then drew what he wanted to build. Picked out the wood. Did all the work, under Pepe's tutelage. And voila...a tractor!!!!



Learning how to use the drill-press.



A little help from Pepe.


Using the drill-press all by himself.

The finished tractor all painted.


Brag post completed!!!!

16 comments:

The MomBabe said...

WOW! What a great grandpa!

A Buns Life said...

That's awesome!! That's a great way to keep your dad out of your mom's hair too. :) Plus, awesome bonding and great skills along with a sense of accomplishment.

Mighty Morphin' Mama said...

Aw, that is so amazing! What a wonderful opportunity for relationship between the generations. Memory building.

Tara R. said...

That is so awesomely (word?) cool. What a fabulous grandpa! The tractor is amazing! Good job!

InTheFastLane said...

It is a blessing to have the opportunity to pass these skills on. My boys have learned so much about tools from their Papas.

Pregnantly Plump said...

That is amazing! He's already designing stuff at 3!! Definitely deserves bragging. Wow.

forgetfulone said...

Very sweet! I wish my dad was still here to do stuff with his grandkids. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Kellan said...

That is amazing and isn't he the cutest thing on his little stool working with grandpa - how adorable!!

Have a good day - see ya - Kellan

Life As I Know It said...

Cute!
My boys love working in Grampa's (and Daddy's) workshop too!

TheVasquez3 said...

what an awesome Grandpa...so cool!

Karen said...

The photos are priceless and I love the story they tell. Thanks for sharing it with us, little boys and their grampys, so sweet!!

Don Mills Diva said...

Wow - that's impressive. So cute those pics of him and grandpa!

Janet said...

He did a great job! We have a wood shop right in the back yard, because my husband is a contractor and expert wood worker. Of course, the proximity of the tools and raw materials automatically erases any interest my kids might otherwise have in using that stuff.

Kathryn said...

What a lucky boy to have such a great teacher. Every boy's dream!

Lainey-Paney said...

Wow. I AM SO IMPRESSED.
What a great Pepe.
These are the moments & things to treasure.

Emily said...

He must be about the luckiest kid alive.